Teachers are amazing. They spend their days inspiring, motivating, encouraging and preparing our children for the future. Many times, they go above and beyond their contractual responsibilities to help their students find success, and they do this without asking for special recognition or rewards. They are increasingly asked to do more with less as the demands placed on them grow each year. Still they show up each day and give it their all. That is amazing. Unfortunately, there is a growing number of teachers who are feeling the pressure of this demanding profession, and they are losing that enthusiasm they once had for teaching. That is where Teach Happier can help. Sam Rangel knows firsthand of the demands and frustrations of a school teacher. He taught 22 years in a middle school. His website, SuccessInTheClassroom.com, offers tips and strategies for new and soon-to-be teachers. In Teach Happier, Sam shares 21 practical strategies from his research in the fields of neuroscience and positive psychology that will help teachers invite more happiness into their lives, and as a result find more success and make a greater difference in the lives of their students.




Life is good. In spite of what we have been led to believe, we have so much to be grateful for. Still, many of us walk around stressed, frustrated and desiring a little more happiness in our lives. We focus more on all that is going wrong in our day, and we stop smiling, and we begin to stress. We get angry or worried or in some cases, depressed. It doesn’t have to be that way! In Living Happier – 21 Life-changing Strategies Designed to Invite More Happiness and Success into Every Area of Your Life, Sam Rangel shares some easy-to-follow strategies to help you live a happier more successful life using research from the areas of positive psychology and neuroscience. In his book, Sam draws from his 30-year career as an educator to simplify how our complex brain works to keep us stressed out and unhappy as part of its natural programming, and then, he provides us with 21 practical strategies that we can implement to counteract our brain’s programming so we can keep stress and other negative feelings from taking us away from that successful life that we want. These strategies will not only help you become a more happy and successful person, but they will allow you to help those around you to live happier and more successful. We all know people who can benefit from more happiness in their lives. Whether they’re members of your family or people you work with, they never seem to be enjoying life like they should. Living Happier teaches you 21 simple, easy-to-implement strategies that will allow you to help those you care for live happier lives as well. 

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